Ethan Charles Johnson

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Silly Little Irish Girl

Look at what Walmart is selling

Responding to texts while half asleep, then realizing you made no sense.

Since summer still hasn't rolled around quite yet, time to work on the beach bod LOL

Czech out ya boy on the Adam Carolla Show.

Class of Heroes 2 coming June 4 for $24.99

<i>Class of Heroes 2</i>, Acquire's dungeon-crawler role-playing game, is set to launch June 4 for $24.99 on the PlayStation Network for the PlayStation Portable and PlayStation Vita, MonkeyPaw Games announced today.<p>Last month, <i>Class of Heroes 2</i> was available for pre-order for $36.99 from Amazon, which …

GamesBeat’s Favorite Skyrim Mods #9: Dwemer Mechanical Mounts & Followers

<i>If you like what you see or have some awesome mods of your own to suggest, leave a comment below and you’ll automatically be entered to win one of 10 golden Skyrim NES carts made exclusively for GamesBeat by 72pins. U.S. entries only. The winner will be randomly chosen on May 25, so make sure to</i> …

Japan Review Check: Xbox 360 schmup extravaganza

A quick look at the highlights among the games coming out in Japan this coming week, courtesy the review pages of Famitsu magazine. Not a very busy week, but one that very oddly features not one, but two Xbox 360 shooters on sale:<p><b>Dodonpachi Saidaioujou</b> (9/8/8/8, 33 out of 40 points): Famitsu had a …

Teens are tired of Facebook 'drama,' find refuge on Twitter and elsewhere, says Pew

According to the latest data from Pew, teens find Facebook to be more an extension of their daily interactions at school and home than a place where they can relax and be themselves. The unease isn’t from concerns about third parties accessing their data, or even their parents discovering …